|Sources:||Diamond Edge, Elsewhere 18|
|Exits:||The Hills Have Eyes|
|Helmets:||(7) (3) (6)|
|Prizes:||(3) (2) (2) (77) (3)|
|Enemies:||(9) (9) (13)|
|Level Size X:||0E screens|
|Level Size Y:||02 screens|
|Grid Size:||7840 squares|
This level is completely linear. The left and right blocks right above where you start contain Skycutter and EyeClops helmets. There are also Archers below where you start, so dodge the arrows, kill them, and maybe grab the Maniaxe mask in the block above the rightmost archer. The upper path is easy (although it dead-ends halfway through the level), but the lower path is more rewarding; the area below the ghost blocks contains an ankh and a coin, and there is another ankh in one of the sections with the mushroom blocks.
- At the top of the level, there are a series of iron bridges that contain various enemies. On the fourth bridge contains a Scorpion that has a very unique set of properties: It has more hit-points than any other Scorpion in the game: a total of five. The more stunning thing, though, is the insane speed to which he runs: exactly equivalent to the running speed of most of the player's transformations! This is undoubtedly the fastest enemy in Kid Chameleon! It is interesting to point out that it only runs that fast when on-screen. Off-screen, it travels at the same speed as the standard Scorpion, which seems odd. Bottom line: you've got to check him out, for he's just unbearably lightning-fast!
- There is an almost unreachable teleporter found in the last bridge on the lower portion of the level. At the entrance is a small gap where only Micromax (you must get this helmet all the way back from The Nightmare Peaks 1!) can pass through, and after that, a floor of spikes with a scorpion. EyeClops can illuminate a path, although it is inevitable to touch the spikes, because the blocks clog the entrance to the second chamber. There is another method of getting into the first chamber that is easier, but is still very difficult, and probably unintentional by the game developers. To do this, you must get a Berzerker helmet all the way back from the Bagel Brothers, which is still a very long path in which to bring a single helmet! When you get to the rows of Iron blocks above that block your path to the first chamber below, charge into one of the blocks to create a path for you to fall through (beware of any Goats that may ambush you!). Next, crawl through the crawlspace there, located immediately after the row of spikes ends, and you've reached both of the almost-impossible-to-reach chambers! However, it is highly anticlimactic, as all the prize boxes in there contain diamonds, and the teleporter leads to The Hills Have Eyes, just like the other two.